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Angelina Jolie: Flying Lesson With Maddox!

Angelina Jolie: Flying Lesson With Maddox!

Angelina Jolie walks on the tarmac at Blackbushe Airport on Friday (September 23) in Hampshire, England.

The 36-year-old actress boarded a plane for a flying lesson, with her 10-year-old son Maddox in the back seat!

The Reputation Institute recently created a list of 54 of the world’s most visible leaders and public personalities based on the degree to which a person is liked, respected, admired, and trusted.

Angie placed 12th on the list – Nelson Mandela, Roger Federer, and Bill Gates landed in the top three spots!

10+ pictures inside of Angelina Jolie and Maddox heading to a flying lesson…

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Posted to: Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Celebrity Babies, Maddox Jolie Pitt

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  • http://na angierocks

    Angie looks stunning,she’s in bliss!Maddox is good looking kid,his mom’s best buddy.The life the JP’s live sighs, no wonder the hens are on edge again yeah keep dreaming!

  • Jennipoo

    I’m a noose around Bradley’s neck
    I have no talent, but what the heck
    If he would only come back to me
    I’ll have his baby, just wait and see

    These lonely years oh, so much pain
    I’ve followed him, imitated her, all in vain
    Because I’m pitiful and you know it’s true
    I put the big a’ss B in Boo Hoo Hoo

    Come back Bradley, it was all a mistake
    The endless faux-mances I just can’t take
    My millions are spent on daily PR
    but it’s only gotten me dumped so far?

    I’m still so lonely, deep inside
    Fighting my insecurities, trying to hide
    But I have to pretend while waiting for you
    Because I will… I want… I do

  • update

    “She doesn’t hustle her ass for movies like some 2nd rate sit-com actress.”
    Speaking of this here is an update of just one of the scripts that is being written specifically for Angelina to star in:
    ..

    From an interview published today with producer Mark Gordon

    THR: What’s the status of the Kay Scarpetta project?

    Gordon: We’re close to a script that we’re going to talk to Ms. Jolie about and hope that she’ll be as enthusiastic about it as we are. Her manager is our producing partner on it, and this is a wonderful example of a manager who is actually doing the job. He’s very involved in the script and development process. Fingers crossed.

    http://movies.yahoo.com/news/exclusive-q-hot-producer-mark-gordon-reveals-tv-120501191.html

  • whatever

    @gracie: Angie will be even happier without Brad. can’t wait. @Mili: I don’t think Angelina cares what brad says or does lol I think she hates him and their kids never look happy with him.


    Angelina kids always look comfortable with her and tense with brad

  • http://na angierocks

    Angie is world class! She’s genuine and living the life she wants to.Hens are just pathetic.

  • whatever

    Did anyone else notice how brad said he would wait til everyone can get married but then he says his kids are putting the heat on him. When Ellen says ,”but you’re gonna hold out.. right?” he said he doesn’t know the future. Basically shows it’s not gay marriage holding them back… It is obvious Angie will say when or if they get married.


    Angelina once said gay marriage has no baring on whether or not she would get married. She said she hoped gay marriage would be legal for her gay friends not for herself. Too bad Brad can’t be honest and just say we don’t want to get married. The truth is Angie doesn’t want or need it.

  • DESDE ESPAÑA

    moneyball BOICOT

    BOICOT MONEYBALL IS A FLOP TOO BORING !!!!

  • JPS

    Hi all you lovely ladies! I just came back from watching Moneyball and I loved it!! I am not a fan of any sports, but I love this movie, and noy just because of Brad (he really deserves to be nominated for the Oscars). It is a very well made movie – great acting, script and fascinating subject matters (baseball economics, underdogs, changing the system). , I was on the 1st showing (1:45 pm) and the theater is maybe 85% full! Audience about 50/50 male/female!

  • brad was in rebound marriage

    @theonly1 he evermarried:
    Weeks into marriage he knew he made big blunder.
    Jen and Lash Larue remind me of crashers at
    White house dinner.Jen in therapy 20 years.

  • Passing Through

    # 152 Jennipoo @ 09/23/2011 at 4:40 pm
    .
    ROTFLMAO! That’s way better than the half-assed haiku Mr. IUC writes about Angie…

  • Jones

    Angie looks gorgeous and happy here – so much happier than Dulliston over on the uninteresting thread. Bought my tickets for Moneyball last night and so glad I did because all evening shows are sold out! Will be off in a few hours to enjoy it. So excited!

  • Diff between A list and C List

    Diff between A list and C list…Studios beg for you

    Warner Brothers Wants Brad Pitt for Doug Liman Film

    * 9/23/11 at 4:45 PM

    Paramount Pictures is over the moon — and while that’s so-so news for Doug Liman, it’s great news for Warner Bros. Pictures. Insiders tell Vulture that Paramount has given up on making Liman’s planned space heist movie, Luna, after co-financier Skydance bailed out of the $100+ million project, which had attracted Andrew Garfield, Zoe Saldana and Chris Evans. Now that Liman’s moon movie is grounded, we hear exclusively that Warner Bros. has made an offer to Brad Pitt in the hopes of landing him for All You Need is Kill, another Liman-directed project that had been put on hold due to Luna’s supposed green light.

    All You Need is Kill is an adaptation of the manga comic by Hiroshi Sakurazaka that Warner Bros. acquired for seven figures in the spring of last year. Screenwriter Dante Harper’s adaptation of it tells the story of a young Army recruit who, despite being killed in the first day of intergalactic alien invasion of Earth, is continually resurrected Groundhog Day–style to the day before he was killed.

    For months, the problem with the movie was its third act: Eventually, it begins to play like a big-screen version of Halo, where the protagonist dispatches aliens in the same rote way as a twelve year old who’s played too much X-Box 360. We’re told, however, that a new draft of the Kill script has resolved this to the studio’s satisfaction — and now it wants to enlist Pitt.

    The star of Moneyball, however, has a dilemma. Warner Bros. also wants him to star in The Mission, a Peter Landesman script about a U.S. Navy Seal’s six-year-long rescue effort to free fifteen U.S. hostages from FARC rebels. We hear that David O. Russell — who, lest we forget, made Three Kingsfor Warner Bros. all those years ago — seems to want to make it his next picture, after Silver Lining Playbook, and is deep into negotiations with the studio to direct. Either way, whichever ever project Pitt chooses — assuming he chooses one — Warner Bros. won’t be complaining.

    http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/09/brad_pitt_offer_all_you_need_i.html

  • truth

    How is brad pitt gonna play a hero when he’s proven to be anything but that. his celebrity is too big for movies.

  • truth

    moneyball = brad pitt playing himself

  • FuglyFemales

    @Diff between A list and C List:

    i thought those fugly biitches at fulyfemales said brad’s career was over since he dared say something bad about jen..i swear if brads moneyball comes in at number one I will gladly go on fuglyfemales and gloat because those bittches have been swearing up and down that brad is now finished and it will bomb..moneyball is tracking very well AND has amazing reviews.so happy for him

  • queen jolie

    wow, angie looks great.love that dress.she looks lean and tall.what else angie cannot do.i love lady pilot.she is just amazing.so interesting and not boring.maddox is super cute.he;s getting big.

  • queen jolie

    what a great honor for angie to be in the same list with nelson madela , roger feder and bill gates.the power of the jolie.

  • JEN’S UGLY

    JENHENS claim Brad can’t act but he was nominated for two Oscars. Sooo, how many Oscar nominations does Jen have? ZERO ! Just like her personality. Oh, but she was great in the Good Girl (rolls eyes). You know, the movie she filmed like twenty years ago. BAWAWAWAWA!

    So what if Moneyball doesn’t become the weekend’s #1 draw, at least Brad is noticed for his good work and is getting a lot of Oscar buzz. So what kind of accolades did the Chin get for her last movie? A movie she headlined? ZERO!

    Poor JENHENS. No matter how you spin it Brad and Angelina are way superior to your precious Chin.

  • was she protesting too much

    Angelina’s is gonna have to says “brad is a real man” again in her next interview . what did she say that one time” he is more man than any other man.” bwhaahh she was so lying

  • take that female first

    Moneyball is going to make 30 million this weekend. no less. if lion king can do it so can Brad pitt. hello! he is no b list movie star. he’s A LIST so his movie will make 30

  • http://pyromadde.com whenamanrefusestomarry

    where is her husband? oh never mind, he is not willing to marry her . and the kids are begging for this and he still wont do it. boohoo.

  • FuglyFemales

    @take that female first:
    dont fall for this troll..she is just trying to overinflate the box office so that if it performs under 30mil she will gloat.. in case you have forgotten Lion King is a classic kids movie..isnt that the excuse you all used when King fu panda made all that money..heck your idol couldnt even beat diary of a wimpy kid or lil bow wow in “lottery” on opening weekend

  • to171

    @whenamanrefusestomarry: whenawomanrefuses to marry it’s even worse. I think we all know the TRUTH. Angelina doesn’t want to completely share her kids with him. BINGO! Brad playing play dad to kids that aren’t even his is funny. LOL Brad has to lie and say it’s GAY Marriage that is stopping them even though Angie said that is not true. LoL again.

  • Mili

    Ok JustJared Fans. I got it. I wrote my comment:

    Angelina, beautiful Angelina, I got it,. Great, absolutely GREAT. Beautiful SMILE, Great RELAX, Great Smile. Great…

  • AZ

    @Mili – I know, isn’t Angelina gorgeous? She is loved here in the US and worldwide. Gotta love her.

  • betta

    Just got back from Money Ball and it was great! Well acted, solid script and great editing. And Oh Yes–Pitt deserves at least an Oscar Nomintion for his performance.

  • a lurker

    Moneball is tracking well, will have a decent box office.

  • whenamanrefusestokeepsu

    where is SpinsterJen’s Mcstumpy Boytoy? oh never mind, she is not willing to showed him. and The Fake Preggers with Twins = Babies never come.boo hoo SpinsterJen’s WOMB is KAAPUTT.

  • FYI

    Her pilot’s licence in 2005 would’ve been taken in a single-engine plane, which is where every pilot begins his or her training. The plane in the pictures is a twin-engine — a very different flying experience from a single engine, and one which requires many more hours’ tuition.

  • Rose

    I see someone is having a meltdown. Remember stress kills. Take a deep breath. Now go to the sad spook’s thread and cheer her up. Jolie Pitt fans are not interested in what you have to say. I will not use your moniker to give you credit for all your nonsense postings. Now, take a hike.

  • reeven

    @ellie’: ELLIE´WHAT A SURPRISE SE YOU HERE….NOT!!
    DEFINITELY YOU HAVE A LOOOOOT TIME ON YOUR HANDS HONEY
    YOU ARE EVERYWHERE, GET A LIFE!!!

    SINGLE UNEMPLOYED LONELY PSICO PAY NIPPLESTON TROLL

  • bdj

    http://www.kpcnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=16271

    ‘Moneyball’ a home run, even for this nonfan
    Jenny Kobiela-Mondor
    Friday, September 23, 2011, 5:34pm

    I don’t really like baseball, and I’m terrible at statistics. Yet, I absolutely loved a movie about baseball and statistics.

    That’s the magic of “Moneyball.”

    Some of that authenticity comes from the excellent performance by Brad Pitt. Throughout the movie, you can see his determination and drive written on his face. Billy is a tough character when he’s dealing with the guys in the clubhouse, including manager Art Howe (Philip Seymour Hoffman), but is a charming sweetie when he deals with his daughter, Casey (Kerris Dorsey). Pitt can do both equally well. It’s a marvelously nuanced performance, one that is already garnering him some well-deserved Oscar buzz.

  • Mili

    @Mili: Hahaha, Please Tell Brad: Stop talking about Jen, Stop doing APOLOGIZES!!!. Leave Jen ALONE.

  • Countdown to Moneyball

    Not to worry- jjb had an article (see below) fr box office mojo that said the best opening for a baseball movie ever is $19.7 M, so Sony said they would be happy to get “high teens” as an opening weekend box office. However, just based on how many people say they are going to see this movie, I think it will be higher. Brad worked REALLY HARD to get this movie made bc he loved the book so much- I loved the book, too. Regardless of box office, it is a BIG WIN just to have gotten this movie made- Angie is very proud of her man, just like she was with AOJJBTCRF!
    ____
    Forecast: Odds Favor ‘Moneyball’

    Four new releases attempt to dethrone The Lion King (in 3D), though Moneyball looks like the only one with a legitimate chance. The Brad Pitt baseball movie, based on Michael Lewis’s bestselling book of the same name, steps up to the plate on around 3,800 screens at 2,993 locations. Other new movies in the hunt include Taylor Lautner thriller Abduction (3,800 screens at 3,118 theaters), Dolphin Tale (roughly 4,000 screens at 3,507 theaters, with 2,700 of those theaters playing the movie in 3D) and Killer Elite (3,600 screens at 2,986 locations).

    Moneyball’s marketing has put star Brad Pitt front-and-center in its trailers, commercials and posters, and for good reason. Since 1999′s Fight Club, nearly all of Pitt’s live-action wide releases have opened to at least $20 million, with the exception of Babel (not exactly a mainstream movie) and 2008′s Burn After Reading ($19.1 million). The latter movie’s debut was just a little bit lower than the best opening ever for a baseball movie, which belongs to the 2006 comedy The Benchwarmers ($19.7 million). The lack of interest in baseball movies helps explain why distributor Sony/Columbia is targeting a high-teen millions start, though Pitt’s star status should help propel the movie at least slightly above that expectation.

    In Box Office Mojo’s “when will you see it” reader polling, Moneyball led with over 20 percent of users opting to see it on opening weekend. That’s about even with last September’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps but way behind The Social Network (40 percent), which was inflated due to abnormal buzz within the online community.

    Weekend Forecast (Sept. 23-25)
    1. Moneyball – $23 million
    2. The Lion King – $17 million
    3. Dolphin Tale – $13.5 million
    4. Abduction – $12.5 million
    5. Contagion – $8.8 million
    6. Killer Elite – $8.7 million

    Bar for Success
    With a superstar like Brad Pitt and a ubiquitous marketing campaign, Moneyball needs to at least break $20 million in its opening weekend. North of $15 million is a good target for Abduction, while Dolphin Tale and Killer Elite just need to get in to the double-digits to get a pass.
    Cr Boxofficemojo

  • Cold Hard Math

    Just back from Moneyball. It was good and enjoyable, but it did not overwhelm me, neither did Brad’s performance. I just expected more, with all the glowing reviews, that Brad was getting and what the movie was getting. I felt at times, I was watching Rutsy Ryan, GM a baseball team. My theater was about half full, very good, for a noon matinee. Overall a good sports movie, not a great sports movie

  • gracie

    Trolls, why do you come here to get tortured? You have Anuston and Mr Stumpy to love and admire now, why inflict pain on yourselves or are they that boring and dull you can’t take it???

  • ThankFul

    Cold Hard Math @ 09/23/2011 at 7:17 pm

    you are not the first saying brad was playing rusty ryan in ocean’s movies again.many having seen it say the same thing.you don’t think he deserves an oscar nomination then for it?

  • bdj

    http://www.kccommunitynews.com/liberty-tribune-community-living/29279490/detail.html
    4 stars

    The intelligent screenplay makes number-crunching statistics interesting and entertaining. Sorkin’s tremendous knack for sharp, insightful dialogue elevates this movie to something truly memorable. Archival major league baseball footage and commentary by announcers Tim McCarver, Bob Costas and Glen Kuiper are seamlessly inserted into the narrative to satisfy baseball fans who have an unquenchable love for our national pastime.

    Pitt is outstanding, putting his heart and soul into this Oscar-caliber performance. He alternates between volatility and sensitivity in relating to his players having once been a promising first-round draft pick of the New York Mets. Some of the best moments occur during the quality time spent with his 12-year-old daughter, Casey (Kerris Dorsey from “Brothers & Sisters”), who worries that her divorced dad may lose his job.

  • bdj

    Baby Jane deserves the Oscar for Victim of the decade. Hopefully, a Razzie for Wanderbust.

  • Dakota

    #185 Cold Heart Math
    We just got back from watching Moneyball and where you ever got that Brad was like Rusty Ryan is plain crazy! The characters were not at all alike. Brad plays a man with so much heart and emotion. This is by far his best performance, JMO. My husband, who is not easily satisfied, said it was great!!

  • Jaye

    ThankFul @ 09/23/2011 at 7:33 pm
    =======
    Fortunately, neither of you will be making the decision as to whether Pitt deserves an Oscar nomination. I know you’re commenting to yourself Cold Hard Math . lol

  • Jerry Seinfeld LOVES Moneyball

    Jerry Seinfeld just tweeted this- he has a verified twitter account (& 343,660 followers!), so it is really him!!

    JerrySeinfeld “MoneyBall” my new favorite movie of all time! Disregard all previous!

  • Rose

    See a couple of sad spook’s fan talking down Moneyball. This is not flying with BA fans. Take that over to sad spook’s thread. We are not interested in your false review. Nice try.

  • Cold Hard Math

    Dakota @ 09/23/2011 at 7:41 pm

    Glad your husband enjoyed it. Just because, we have different opinions, does not make it crazy. I enjoyed the movie, it was good, just not great.

  • Dakota

    #152 Jennipoo

    Thanks for the good laugh!!!

  • Cold Hard Math

    Jaye @ 09/23/2011 at 7:43 pm

    Yes, I am commenting to myself. That’s what I do on a gossip site *rolls eyes*

  • http://majofardeo.com mangelinaforceshimtodissjen

    to 173: i know i find it tragic that she refuses to share the kids with him so she keeps the kids as a way to keep him around. poor brad, nice guy who cant win. mangelina forces him to diss jen in interviews. why does she do this? is it about her daddy issues

  • Cold Hard Math

    Rose @ 09/23/2011 at 7:46 pm

    Was your post directed to me? I’m a “sad spook fan”? Am my “false review”?

  • bdj

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44640520

    Baseball editor: ‘Moneyball’ is best ever

    “Moneyball” is the best baseball movie ever made because the strength of it, the sheer will of it, isn’t about baseball.

    (UPDATED) “Moneyball” is about defiance. It’s about having the guts to do something in the face of people who tell you you’re wrong, and that you’re stupid for even trying.

    While Ken Burns’ “Baseball,” the documentary that had been at the top of my personal list, is the definitive story of the game, “Moneyball” is a story that will resonate with anyone who has had to rethink his life since the personal computer changed the world.

    In other words, everyone.

    Brad Pitt just might win an Oscar for his headstrong performance as Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s, who is trying to figure out how to win professional baseball games when most of the money is working against him.

    Jonah Hill is sublime as the wonky assistant who helps try to figure it out.

    The dialogue crackles and the story is funny, intense and emotional. I left the theater ready to get back to my computer and change the world.

  • Goo Brad!
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